Red Berries (Invigorating)

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  • “Considering all of the tarty-berry ingredients as well as the hibiscus and rosehips this doesn't have an overwhelming tarty-fruity aroma (or at least one that I can't handle) The color scares...” Read full tasting note
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    teaequalsbliss 6770 tasting notes
  • “I thought that this tea was beautifully colored - that heavy, vibrant purple-red that immediately tells you that this tea is not weak. Sweeter than most teas on its own, I'd still suggest some form...” Read full tasting note
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From Heath and Heather

A refreshing combination of Raspberries, Strawberries and Cranberries to enliven your day.
Red Berries Ingredients: Hibiscus, Apple Pomace, Blackberry Leaves, Natural Flavorings (4.5%), Strawberry Pulp (.5%), Rosehip, Raspberry Pulp (.5%) & Cranberry

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Considering all of the tarty-berry ingredients as well as the hibiscus and rosehips this doesn’t have an overwhelming tarty-fruity aroma (or at least one that I can’t handle)

The color scares me! Mostly because it goes from purple to grey-purple to red to red-purple, etc thanks to that dreaded hibiscus!

Oddly…this doesn’t taste too bad!

WOW! I’m shocked! This is pretty good! Even with that “H” word in there! LOL

It says a blend of Raspberries, Strawberries, and Cranberries! That in itself seems to be happening here! The Raspberry and Strawberries are juicy and plump but are toned down by the cranberry notes of slight bitterness. The all play well together. I can also taste the apple a little. It’s a nice touch. The hibiscus seems to work well here. This is good hot but even better cold!

I’m impressed!

ScottTeaMan

I thought of another word for H …….Hellacious Hibiscus [as in a very bad way], but apparently they’ve used it sparingly in this one! That’s a good thang. :))

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I thought that this tea was beautifully colored – that heavy, vibrant purple-red that immediately tells you that this tea is not weak. Sweeter than most teas on its own, I’d still suggest some form of sweetener to help it along. Overbrewing makes it taste medicinal. Tastes better iced. Can convince the kids to drink this one.

Tea bags were not strong – even before opening, there was loose tea floating around the box. Use an infuser even with the tea bag.

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